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C H A P T E R 7
Controls and Other Protos
Special View Protos
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The
protoDrawer
creates a view that looks and acts like the base view of the
Extras Drawer. For more information about the slots and methods for this proto,
see "protoDrawer" (page 6-49) in Newton Programmer's Reference.
The
protoFloater
creates a draggable view that is horizontally centered
within its parent view and floats above all other nonfloating sibling views within
an application. For more information about the slots and methods for this proto,
see "protoFloater" (page 6-49) in Newton Programmer's Reference.
The
protoFloatNGo
creates a draggable view that is horizontally centered
within its parent view and floats above all other nonfloating sibling views
within an application. This is identical to
protoFloater
, except that
protoFloatNGo
includes a close box in the lower-right corner of the view. For
more information about the slots and methods for this proto, see
"protoFloatNGo" (page 6-51) in Newton Programmer's Reference.
The
protoGlance
creates a text view that automatically closes itself after
displaying for a brief period. For more information about the slots and methods
for this proto, see "protoGlance" (page 6-52) in Newton Programmer's
Reference
. Figure 7-26 shows an example of a
protoGlance
view.
Figure 7-26
A
protoGlance
view
The
protoStaticText
creates a one-line paragraph view that is read-only
and left-justified. For more information about the slots and methods for this, see
"protoStaticText" (page 6-54) in Newton Programmer's Reference. Figure 7-22
shows an example of a
protoStaticText
view.
Figure 7-27
A
protoStaticText
view
Static text
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